Hotel Maya Completes $4 Million Property Refresh Just In Time For Summer
Article Original Posted by The Hotel Business Review
LONG BEACH, CA. June 18, 2015 – If you were a fan of Hotel Maya before, you’re going to love it even more following a newly completed $4 million refresh.
Improvements include updated, modern guest room enhancements and the addition of a brand-new event pavilion and terrace located at the water’s edge; a combined 16,400-square-feet, the “Lagunita” pavilion and “Vista del Mar” are unlike any other event spaces in Southern California.
Hotel Maya underwent a $20 million renovation in 2009 and became a Doubletree by Hilton hotel on November 1, 2010.
A popular staycation and celebration destination, the boutique, resort-style property offers a Latin-American inspired design, presenting guests with a distinctively Southern California combination of stunning seaside views amidst 14 acres of lush, tropical gardens filled with over 500 palm trees in a modern, open-air, setting.
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